MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOCHEMISTRY
Yellow is associated with both caution and sickness, commonly linked with the advent of antibiotic-resistant pathogens. The gem depicts a quintessential microbe for this reason. However, the brighter shades of yellow are associated with hope and positivity. The following research studies, tackling the above-mentioned issues and other related topics through various means both in the laboratory and virtually, hope to emulate and be symbols of such positive traits.
The microbiology studies fall under the scope of the Health Research and Development Agenda, primarily due to their potential contributions to drug discovery and antibacterial research in the face of pressures of current health problems and drug-resistant bacteria. The biochemistry studies fall under the scope of the Health Research and Development Agenda and the Aquatic, Agriculture, and Natural Resources (AANR) Research and Development Agenda as they provide substantial findings which contribute to knowledge-gathering in their respective fields and form bases for future practical applications.
BASED ON: Harmonized National Research and Development Agenda (HNRDA)
Formulation of an antibacterial gel incorporated with S. jamaicensis extract